Warner Bros. has released three featurettes for Man of Steel that examine Superman’s powers, as well as photos and biographies for the central cast. Directed by Zack Snyder, the franchise reboot opens June 14.
Warner Bros. has released a dramatic new banner for Man of Steel, while a a children’s book reveals eight photos chronicling Kal-El’s journey from an infant on Krypton to a hero of Earth.
A summary from a casting call for extras seemingly confirms that Zack Snyder’s franchise reboot will share a lot in common with the 2003 DC Comics miniseries Superman: Rebirth.
With the first look at Henry Cavill as Superman comes official confirmation from Warner Bros. that Russell Crow, Julia Ormond, Antje Traue, Laurence Fishburne, Christopher Meloni and Harry Lennix have joined the cast of the franchise reboot.
The latest photos from the Illinois locations for Zack Snyder’s franchise reboot show a picture-perfect Midwestern farm, Smaville School District buses, and a newly constructed 7-Eleven.
Warner Bros.’ Superman franchise reboot will open on June 14, 2013, rather than in December 2012 as widely believed. Updated!
Snapshots from the newly constructed Plano, Illinois, set of Zack Snyder’s franchise suggest that something, or someone, will cut a path of destruction through Smallville.
The longtime star of NBC’s Law & Order: Special Victims Unit reportedly is in final negotiations for an undisclosed part in director Zack Snyder’s Superman franchise reboot. Updated!
The Emmy Award-winning actress reportedly is in talks for the role of Lara in director Zack Snyder’s franchise reboot. She would join Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Diane Lane, Kevin Costner, Michael Shannon and, possibly, Russell Crowe.
The Academy Award-winning star of Gladiator is in negotiations to portray Jor-El, Superman’s biological father, in the Zack Snyder-directed franchise reboot.
The German actress has reportedly landed the role of the Kryptonian villainess in director Zack Snyder’s reboot of Warner Bros.’ Superman franchise.
A new report seems to confirm that director Zack Snyder’s film will re-present Superman’s origin story, but with a few changes — including a different take on his homeworld and the inclusion of the DC Comics character on which Ursa was based.